Net energy consumption at Westwood Studios, after solar generation, with zero Carbon house, and, now, Chevy Volt


I don’t have time to offer much in the way of explanation or comments here, but here’s the status of consumption per day, in Kilowatt-hours.

Update: I should have provided some context.

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Note that Eversource still owes us money:
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And we’ve also earned by selling Solar Renewable Energy Credits (“SRECs”):
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SRECs, by the way, were conceived by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy as part of a Renewable Portfolio Standard.

Update, 2017-02-09: Google Earth images our solar panels

This is from May of 2016.

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